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't live under america's laws. >> don't touch me. >> and will go to extremes to make their point. it's been called violent, racist and oscar-worthy. tonight, the superstars of "django unchained" answer their critics in a "nightline" exclusive. >>> after newtown, gabby giffords and her husband talk exclusively to diane sawyer about their emotional journey to the scene of the tragic school shooting. >>> from the global resources of abc news, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden in new york city. >> and good evening, i'm cynthia mcfadden. tonight, living outside the law. it may surprise you to learn there are a growing number of americans living right here in the united states who insist that federal laws do not apply to them. including the 22-year-old who showed abc's dan harris the radical lengths he's willing to go to to fend off uncle sam. >> i'm going to go in and speak with the prosecutor. >> reporter: it's 8:20 on a monday morning at the county courthouse in idaho, and the 21-year-old operating this video camera is trying to bring it into the courtroom where he's contesting a minor
they get how exposed they are? >> i don't think so. they haven't seen the repercussions yet of a missed job position or the missed entry into college because of what they post online. >> let's do it. >> reporter: when we caught up with the cameraman, he was at the university of wisconsin at madison. >> i'm going to a friend's party. >> reporter: he couldn't talk much just then. these were working hours. but on another day when we talked with him and his business partner aria, they spoke about one of the key ingredients of the videos. where would your videos be without alcohol? >> not very popular. >> reporter: why? >> because that's our market. >> reporter: you don't feel that you're exposing these students to some trouble down the road? >> i don't think realistically we are. of course they are online, they are in a video, they should know that. but it's a very slight chance that an employer will see it and judge them on a video. >> reporter: they said they don't really believe employers will actually care about what's in these videos. >> at this point, they don't think that we're drinking
by two other individuals. >> who? >> i don't know who they were. i couldn't pick them out in a police lineup. >> reporter: she also lied to the lead detective investigating alexander's murder. the day after his body was found, she told him she hadn't seen her ex in months. >> it was around april that you left, right? you haven't been back in town since then? >> no, i haven't at all. >> reporter: when faced with a mountain of forensic evidence, arias finally admitted she was the killer, but says she did it to protect herself. >> in just two minutes, jodi had to make a choice. she would either live or she would die. >> reporter: prosecutors say it's nonsense, that jodi arias stalked her victim long after they broke up, that she flew into a jealous rage when she found out he was dating other women. they say she snapped these pictures of travis alexander posing in the shower, then pulled out a knife and attacked him. >> when you say they weren't up to the bones, it means that they stopped there or did the knife blade continue past the bone? >> they appear to all have been stopped by the b
of dollars from the gifts you don't want or have lying around the house. paula farris brings us the tips. >> reporter: meet jamie and jordan from new jersey, jamie is a party planner and stay at home mom to four children. dad works in the software industry. >> what did you get for christmas? >> reporter: they shop the sales to make sure santa delivered on christmas morning. >> did you get this for christmas? what is it? >> reporter: but bills can pile up. and who doesn't need some extra cash. fortunately there is a lot of loot hiding in their home and we will help them buy a new camera. >> you have a nice camera. >> yes. >> but not practical. >> not at all. i have to try to get that out right now and i lost. moment's gone. and really? really? >> you're overloaded. >> you think. >> the camera you're looking at? >> the camera i'm looking at will fit right in this bad boy. >> so we brought in tech editor joanna stern to help them turn household goods into cash. did you know you can get cash for old kids' clothes without leaving your home. they will send the bag alyou l do is load it up. >>
vegas. >> i don't need those right now. >> reporter: loaded down with suitcases of gowns, heels, hair dryers and makeup, they head to their rooms at planet hollywood, where they will be virtually sequestered for the next week and a half. >> do we know who our roommates are? >> reporter: they are allowed no contact with family or coaches. they only have each other. >> you look great! >> you, too. >> reporter: they will spend nearly every waking hour together as they assess up close and personal if all their hard work really measures up. the schedule is rigid. >> remember what he did at 9:00 a.m. this morning? that's better. >> reporter: packed with fittings, autographs, and rehearsals. >> we don't know how people are going to react when the competition comes. backstage, when you're in it, you're in go mode. you're about to go onstage. you never know when the claws will come out. >> reporter: it is just the second day and already they seem overwhelmed. even a little dazed. >> look, this girl's doing push-ups. >> reporter: but they do their best to stay disciplined and keep a sense of hu
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